Quality Hotel San Martino
Via Europa, 4
Garbagnate Monastero, 23846
Phone: (39) 031 851700
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A mere few miles away from Milan, in the town of Monza is the beautiful Teatro Binario 7, a space dedicated to music and theater. This hall uses highly technically advanced sound system that makes attending a concert or a staging here a sheer pleasure. You can loose yourself in the tunes of the world renowned performers like Rassegna Ideata Da Saul Beretta or watch plays by some prominent writers. On a downside however, the auditorium is a little cramped so you might have to reserve seats well in advance for a show. Teatro Binario 7 demands a visit from all the art lovers, for the ambiance of the hall, makes every musical journey here truly memorable.
Come to watch your favorite stars on the big screen at Cinema Nuovo Sovico. The state-of-the-art sound system will ensure quality sound that enhances you movie experience. The seats are comfortable and have good leg room.
Cinema Roma is the perfect place to relax and watch a good movie.
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Stadio Giuseppe Sinigaglia is a large stadium that was built in 1927 under the rule of Benito Mussolini, and has a capacity for around 15,000 people. Although it is commonly used for football games, it also hosts other large national events and cultural concerts, such as the Monsters of Rock music festival. Check website for more details.
Cinema Bloom is a multicultural center that was started in 1987. Its many programs include music, film, and other art, and all of it is aimed at preventing cultural atrophy. It's the place to go to watch a great film, see live alternative music, or hang out at the bar. Bloom also offers courses, from music and dance classes to cooking classes. There are always interesting projects going on, and there are theatrical performances for children and families, so the whole family can take advantage of the cultural richness that Bloom promotes. See website for more details.
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Villa Reale in Monza was designed by Giuseppe Piermarini and built between 1777-80 by Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. Piermarini had collaborated with Luigi Vanvitelli on the design of the Reggia at Caserta. Built to be used for official purposes, the Villa became a residence of the Archdukes, the Presidents of the Cisalpina Republic and, later, the Savoy family. It was the setting of the most important cultural and political events in Lombardy from the end of the 18th century until the formation of Italy but today the complex lies underused. Despite numerous projects for its restoration and reuse, only part of the complex can be visited. From the main entrance, the large glasshouse stands on the left, joined to the villa itself by a Rotonda frescoed by Andrea Appiani and rebuilt in 1987 to host exhibitions and shows. The small theatre designed with the collaboration of Luigi Canoniac also stands on the left. It was recently returned to its original splendor with its pictorial and decorative elements. The main body of the building is U-shaped; its design is enlivened by projecting features and half-columns. Two flights of steps lead to the piano nobile in which large, sumptuous rooms lie one after another; unfortunately, only the apartments of King Umberto I in the right wing can be visited.
Located within the beautiful and monumental Villa Reale di Monza, the Teatrino di Corte or the court theater is a premium art venue for theater lovers. This theater hosts some very popular plays and events apart from musicals. Simplistically designed in a square shape with a central elevation that works as a stage, the theater nevertheless gets the best of the art staged on it. The rare wooden ceiling guarantees finely tuned acoustic sounds, thereby considerably dramatizing every uttered sound. All in all, if you are in Monza, ensure you attend a show in the Teatrino di Corte della Villare Reale and make your trip a long lasting memory.
This is a popular carnival with ancient roots; the Muggia carnival dates back to 1420 - the year in which it was decided to start a society for carnival entertainment. Today, this carnival is still considered one of the most important in Italy, second only to Venice and Viareggio. With masked balls, processions, extraordinary costumes, dance shows and music in the piazze, the carnival attracts thousands of people from all over the region to this small, eastern, edge of Italy which is transformed into a small, Rio de Janeiro on the sea. In the last 50 years, there have been 94 companies, 320 band complexes and more than 70,000 costumes. Despite a serious lack of funds, this is still an enchanting, lovely event in the town of Muggia. See the website for further details.
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